A smart lighting control to save energy

  title={A smart lighting control to save energy},
  author={Luigi Martirano},
  journal={Proceedings of the 6th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems},
In Europe the amount of the electrical energy used in illuminating the interiors of medium and large buildings is considerable of about 40%. Energy saving actions could follow two basic directions: efficiency and effectiveness: efficiency, by new more performing equipment (lamps, control gear, etc.) and by utilization of improved lighting design practices (localised task lighting systems); effectiveness by improvements in lighting control systems to avoid energy waste and by adopting a… CONTINUE READING
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